The Balearics are an archipelago of Spain in the western Mediterranean Sea, near the eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula. The four largest islands are: Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera. The co-official languages in the Balearic Islands are Catalan and Spanish. Each island is very different, but the inhabitants of this archipel, have created an unique atmosphere, and thanks to them, the Balearics has become a fantastic destination. Mallorca has the largest variety of landscapes and villages Ibiza and Formentera, form a single duet for their landscapes of pines beautiful beaches. And in Menorca you can benefit from a clean environment and appreciate many prehistoric places which today are still well preserved.
The Balearics are relatively short on historical monuments and fascinating museums, but are replete with lovely beaches and unspoilt countryside, so if all you want to do is see some great scenery, this is the right place.
The Balearics are, quite literally, a shopper’s paradise. Whether you’re a shopaholic looking to fill your bags, or a run-of-the-mill souvenir hunter, this is one place you’re not likely to be disappointed.
Water sports - rent a jet ski or ride a banana boat
Hike / horseride- one of the islands many trails